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THE CIRCLE 

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1936 



PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS 

ABBOT ACADEMY 

ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



For all her quiet life flowed on 

As meadow streamlets flow, 
Where fresher green reveals alone 

The noiseless ways they go. 

Her path shall brighten more and more 

Unto the perfect day; 
She cannot fail of peace who bore 

Such peace with her away. 

For still her holy living meant 

No duty left undone; 
The heavenly and the human blent 

Their kindred lives in one. 

She kept her line of rectitude 

With love's unconscious ease; 
Her kindly instincts understood 

All gentle courtesies. 

The dear Lord's best interpreters 

Are humble human souls; 
The Gospel of a life like hers 

Is more than books or scrolls. 

From scheme and creed the light goes out, 

The saintly fact survives; 
The blessed Master none can doubt 

Revealed in holy lives. 

John Greenleaf Whittier 

Reprinted through the courtesy of the copyright owners, Houghton Mifflin Co. 



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We Must Not Mourn 

We must not mourn for her who was Youth's Spring, 
For her whose wise and gentle patience beamed 
With steady warmth upon each wakening 
Young life, until the Beauty it had dreamed 
Grew strong within each heart and growing, knew 
The larger vision of her spacious skies. 
W 7 e must not mourn for her who held Youth true 
To its own strength, drew it with smiling eyes 
To dare its own potentiality 
Adventuring courageously for good, — 
For her who, still believing, lived to see 
Mature, her garden of young womanhood. 
We must not mourn for her. Her life was spent 
For Youth and crowned with its accomplishment. 



Helen Danforth Prudden '13 



Our Miss Bailey 

Dear heart — suddenly still — 

Your book of life was beautifully written. 

Stinging, the tears which fill 

Our eyes, 

Against our will they flow, 

Knowing you would not wish it so. 

Soon, all too soon, the story's ended, 

Just in life's afternoon. 

Reverently the pages we retrace. 

Commanding strength is there, rare grace, 

And ever as we read, we see 

The radiant beauty of your face. 

The love to Abbot which we bore, 

Most gladly given to you, 

Was lavishly returned with more. 

Dear heart — so strangely still — 

As the great royalties of friendship 

Like a vast sea come rolling in, 

Your undying self will wake and thrill 

In those Elysian meadows, fair and wide, 

Which men name Paradise. 



Frances Swazey Parker '86 




MISS COMEGYS 




MISS JENKS 



FACULTY 



Ruth Stephens Baker, A.M. 
French, German 




Mrs. Eunice Murray Campbell, 
A.B. 

Business Principles, Stenography 
Typewriting 



Jean Hope Baynes 

Financial Secretary 





Mary Carpenter 
Physical Education 




Helen Dearborn Bean, A.B. 
History 





Helen Tileston Checkering, 
A.B. 

Latin, History, Geometry 



Florence Butterfield 
House Superintendent 



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Rebekah Munroe Chickertng, 

A.B. 

Literature, English, History 



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Mme. Map ie de la Niepce Craig 
French 



Mrs. Hannah Richmond Duncan, 
R.N. 

Resident Nurse in charge of Infirmary 




Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray 

Dramatic Interpretation, Spoken 

English 



Bertha Adaline Grimes, A.B. 
Chemistry, Household Science 



Kate Friskin 
Pianoforte, Theory of Music 




Walter Howe, Mus.B. 

Choral Music, Pianoforte, Organ, 
Theory of Music 



Mary Gay 

History of Art 




Regina Maria Hughes, A.M. 

Astronomy, Geology, Physics, 
N Geometry 



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Barbara Humes 

Secretary 



Octavia Whiting Mathews, A.B. 
Supervisor of Day Students 



Helen Dunford Robinson, A.B. 
Latin 



Evelyn Mann Rumney, A.M. 
English 




Margaret Snow, A.B. 

Librarian, Curator of John Esther. 

Art Gallery 



Catherine Stone. A.B. 
Speech 



Gertrude Tingley 
Singing 



Mrs. Beatrice W. Van Ness 
Drawing, Painting 



Alice Sweeney, A.B. 
English 



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Class Song 



Onward still and upward 
Thirty-six will aim, 
Striving for the highest, 
Led by Abbot's name. 
Higher ever higher 
Will our banners rise, 
Till our crimson colors 
Mount up to the skies, 
And we've kept the standards 
Abbot glorifies. 



Tree Song 



Ring Song 



Grow strong and tall, dear tree, 
And may you ever be 
Our symbol of eternity, 
And memory. 

Reach deeper in the earth, 
That we may find your worth 
In faith and tears and human mirth, 
And memory. 

Stretch higher to the sky, 
As wings outspread to fly, 
The wind and storms of life defy, 
In memory. 

Eleanor Wells 



Let this narrow band of gold 
Like a story-book unfold 
All its memories of old. 

Let it on my finger rest, 
Always to remind me lest 
I should fail to do my best. 

Let me ever hold it dear, 

Let me journey without fear, 

It will keep those memories near. 

Let me onward ever strive, 

It will make old friendships thrive, 

It will keep the past alive. 

Anne Dodge 



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M. Trafton A. Russell 



E. Sargent S. Wright 



Senior Class Officers 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 



Anne Russell 

Elizabeth Sargent 

Sylvia Wright 

. Mary Trafton 



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MIRIAM ADAMS 

"Mim" 
Derry Village, N. H. 



Sarah Lawrence 



Three Tears 



"Here she comes. Give her room! No, she's not a 
movie-star, but the mail must go through." Yes, 
Mim is our very attractive post-mistress, but that's 
not her only talent! Certainly not! She can dance 
most superbly, and can she play hockey! What's 
more she has a brother at Annapolis and a ? at West 
Point. 



Entertainment Committee '33, 

'34 
Fideho '34, '35, '36 
Q,.E.D. Society '35, '36 



Numerals '34 
Honor Bonus '35 
President Q.E.D. '36 
Senior-Mid Plays '35 



Senior-Mid Tea Dance Commit- 
tee '35 
Prom Committee '35 
Varsity Hockey '33, '34, '35 




SALLY BURNS 

"Floss" 

14 Wolcott Ave., Andover, Mass. 

Four Tears 

"Flossie, got your Latin done?" The question goes 
unanswered as we hear a familiar, "Don't call me 
Flossie." But "Flossie" just seems to fit such a 
radiant person and a head of almost too curly curls. 
We wish she would write a book of How to Look like a 
Vogue Fashion Plate, or better still, Exciting Week- 
ends. By the way, Sally, we haven't been long in 
finding those latest week-ends have been to the 
tune of "Alexander's Ragtime Band." 



Philomatheia '35, '36 
Senior-Mid Plays '35 
Day Scholars' Entertainment 

'33/34/35 



Vice-President Junior-Mid Class 

'34 
Abbot Birthday Committee '34 
Numerals '34 



Chevron '35 
Prom Usher '34 
"A" Society '35, '36 
Fideho '33, '34, '35 



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CHARLOTTE TILLINGHAST DANE 
"Charl" 

3 Serpentine Trail, Larchmont, N. Y. 

Duke Two Tears 

Meet Charl — our golf enthusiast, Entertainer-in- 
Chief, and Special Ambassadress to Ireland! How 
we do envy you those knitted suits, Charl, and the 
flair you have for wearing them. When, in moments 
of stress, we flush and stammer, we also envy you 
your mastery of the social graces and your charm. 
P.S., Here's to the appendices and Annapolis! 







Floor Committee School Tea 
Dance '36 

Q.E.D. '36 

Head of Entertainment Com- 
mittee '36 



Head of Golf '35, '36 
Athletic Council '35, '36 
Floor Committee Senior-Mid 
Tea Dance '35 



Children's Party '36 
Griffin Entertainment Commit- 
tee '36 
Honor Bonus '35, '36 



ANNE-LAURENCE DODGE 

"Annie" "Anastasia" 
Newbury, Mass. 

Four Tears 

Red-checked shirts are this year's most important 
skiing style. Ask Annie. Also ask her all the ques- 
tions about the care and feeding of ants/aunts, and 
the knitting of sweaters and socks. Annie is not only 
our authority on these, she is our pleasantly firm 
Stu. G. President, our friend in need, and our 
favorite story-teller. We can't imagine Room 22 
without Annie ! 




President of Student Govern- 
ment '36 
President of Q.E.D. '35 
Q..E.D. '34, '35, '36 " 
Treasurer A.C.A. '35 



Draper Dramatics '34, '35 
Christmas Party '34 
Senior-Mid Banquet Committee 

'35 

Society Banquet Committee '35 



Secretary Junior-Mid Class '34 
President Senior-Mid Class '35 
Advisory Board '35, '36 
Honor Bonus '34, '35 
Senior-Mid Plays 



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MARY DOOLEY 

391 Prospect St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Two Tears 

Sparkling eyes, a dimple in her cheek, an adorable 
lisp, and a never-failing good nature — that's Mary 
to those who know her. And when she drives (?) 
that car around the circle! — All we can say is, 
"You'd better watch your step." 



Secretary Senior-Mid Class '35 
Class Book Board '36 



Day-Scholars' Entertainment '36 Odeon '36 




MARY MILDRED EASTLACK 
"Deede" 

Parlin, N. J. 

Two Tears 

Deede's certainly one of those good things that 
come in little packages. But being small just makes 
her even cuter. We all know what wit and good 
humor she's forever startling us with — those puns! 
Incidentally, we've heard that there's more than 
one midshipman who is still quite infatuated — How 
about it, Deede? 



Student Government '36 
Tea Dance Committee '36 



Advisory Board '36 



Vice-President A.C.A. '36 



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LUCY HAWKES 
South Main St., Andover, Mass. 

Wellesley Two Tears 

How our skiing has improved under our exalted 
head of A.A.A.! She's a wonderful teacher (we 
refer you to a certain "purple pants")! And this 
outdoor-girl is very clever inside, too; her knitting 
is the world's eighth wonder; and, as for those 
Algebra problems — then, too, one look into the 
"Inkey" depths of those brown eyes is enough to 
send any man for a goal — or Lucy ! 



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President of A. A. A. '36 
Vice-President Senior-Mid Class 

'35 

Athletic Council '36 
Philomatheia '35, '36 
Secretary-Treasurer Philoma- 
theia '36 



Student Government '36 
Senior-Mid Plays '35 
Draper Dramatics '35 
Numerals '36 
Honor Bonus '35 
Fidelio '35, '36 



Class Book Board '36 
Senior-Mid Tea Dance Commit- 
tee '35 
Spring Tea Dance Committee '35 
Christmas Party '36 
Senior Play '36 



CLARA MACFARLANE HOLLAND 
"Clarie" 
1 12 Chestnut St., Andover, Mass. 

Five Tears 

For school spirit, a wonderful sense of humor, and 
just the best of sports, we refer you to Clara. You 
see, she's our five-year plan personified — and a 
most successful one! She has extraordinary artistic 
ability, too — the rapid way her left hand writes and 
draws fascinates us. 




Senior-Mid Tea Dance Commit- 
tee '35 

Prom Usher '34 

Junior-Mid Song Leader 34 

Day Scholars Entertainment 
34, 35 



Abbot Birthday Committee 34 
LBA'32,'33, '34, '35, '36 
Student Government '36 
Class Book Board '36 
Numerals '32 
Senior-Mid Plays '35 



President Junior Class '33 
Vice-President Junior Class '33 
Vice-President Junior-Mid Class 

'34 
Fidelio '32, '33, '34, '35, '36 
Choir '33 



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MARY FRANCES CORNELIA MAHONEY 

"Franny" 

54 Elm St., North Andover, Mass. 

Five Tears 

Mary Frances, when it comes to shooting baskets, 
making perfect Danish face-vaults, or swinging up 
the ropes like a young Tarzana, we salute you! 
And we doff our hats to your acting. It's the best. 



Secretary-Treasurer Gargoyles 

'36 
Head of Basketball '36 
Athletic Council '36 
Day Scholars' Entertainment 

'34/35/36 
Draper Dramatics '34, '35 



Treasurer Junior-Mid Class '33 
Vice-President Junior Class '32 
Prom Usher '33 
Numerals '32 
Chevrons '34, '36 
Day Scholar Student Govern- 
ment Representative '35 



Abbot Dramatic Society '34, '35, 
'36 

Secretary-Treasurer A.D.S. 36 

Senior-Mid Play '35 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Commit- 
tee '35 

"A Society '34, '35, '36 




PRISCILLA BRUCE MAILEY 

"Pri" "Pris" 

63 Salem St., Andover, Mass. 

Five Tears 
"Yo leo lady 
Oleo lady oh — 
O leo lady oh" 

Yes, that's Pri. Although most of the time, Pri's shy 
as they come, if you can get her to imitate the 
hog-callers, you'll hear plenty of noise. With that 
gorgeous hair of yours you'll be a second Jean 
Harlow some day soon. But whether you choose 
Hollywood or domesticity, we wish you luck. 



Numerals '32 

President Philomatheia '36 

Captain Baseball '36 



A. C. A. Entertainment Com- 
mittee '36 



Fidelio '33, '34, '35, '36 
Senior-Mid Plays '35 



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MARION STANTON MOONEY 

"Mooney" 
1952 Elm St., Manchester, N. H. 

Smith Three Tears 

It must be the Irish in her that makes Mooney so 
wildly witty. She can actually make a pun amusing 
— and, of course, artistic. As for tact, Mooney 
always says what she means, but she usually means 
the right thing. Some day she'll be a famous epi- 
grammist, satirist, and humorist, but meanwhile 
she is spending her time keeping the Seniors lively. 




Christmas Party '34, '35, '36 Numerals '35 

Senior-Mid Plays '35 President Class '34 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Commit- Fidelio '35 

tee '35 Head of Archery '35, '36 
Prom Decorating Committee '35 



L.B.A. '34, '35, '36 
President L.B.A. '36 
Treasurer A. A. A. '36 
Athletic Council '35, '36 



Smith 



HELEN MARIE O'BRIEN 

"Hawee" 
11 Ridge Rd., Lawrence, Mass. 



Two Years 



Hawee — our sum-oothie day-scholar — has cars, 
looks, personality, puns, and winks galore! She's 
another member of our class that was a "visitor" at 
Annapolis. Hawee has, at times, the most"Angell"ic 
expression, but you can't fool us, no matter how 
hard you try. Hope you'll "come up and see us, 
some time," Hawee. 




Class Book Board '36 
Griffin Entertainment Commit- 
tee '36 



Senior Play '36 Varsity Tennis Team '35, '36 

Day-Scholar Entertainment '36 Odeon '36 



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ROSALIE HARRIET RAPPOPORT 

52 13th Ave., Paterson, N. J. 
Smith Three Tears 

When you see a small, dark-haired girl with a good- 
natured expression bearing down on you, you may 
be sure that this is Rosalie. With her acting ability, 
she has given us many enjoyable moments. And, 
did you ever hear of her cute little brother? We'd 
love to meet him, Rosalie. 



Numerals '36 
A. D. S. '35, '36 



Senior-Mid Play '35 
A. D. S. Play '36 



Fidelio '35 




BARBARA REINHART 

1 ommy 
Main St., Andover, Mass. 

Erskine Five Tears 

Introducing our illustrious Head-of-Day-Scholars, 
who's known to everyone for her charming per- 
sonality and grand supply of diplomacy. These 
make her our favorite — and she's game for any- 
thing, be it algebra or a six-foot ski jump. We look 
forward to seeing our dimpled darling as our lead- 
ing dramatic actress in '46. We know that's not a 
mere dream. 



A.D.S. '33, '34, '35, '36 
President A.D.S. '35, '36 
Fidelio '32, '33, '34, '35, '36 
"A'; Society '34, '35, '36 
Senior-Mid Play '35 



President Junior-Mid Class '33 
President Senior-Mid Class '35 
Prom Usher '34 
Numerals '33 
Chevrons '33, '34, '35 



Senior-Mid Tea Dance Commit- Secretary-Treasurer Griffins '35 

tee '35 Draper Dramatics '34 

President Junior Class '32 



Student Government '34, '36 
Advisory Board '33 
Christmas Party '36 
Abbot Birthday Committee '33, 

'34 
Honor Bonus '32, '33, '34, '35 
Senior Play '36 



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ELINOR ROGERS ROBINSON 
Oxford, Me. 

Four Tears 

She may be quiet, she may be modest, but she fits 
to a T the old expression, "Still waters run deep." 
We can envy her cleverness, too, for it will probably 
bring her success in whatever career she chooses. 
But we can't dismiss El without a word about those 
large and beautiful eyes. Don't you wish your own 
were like them? 




Courant'zs, '34, '35, '36 
Class Book Board '36 
"A" Society '35, '36 
Numerals '33 



Secretary-Treasurer of Student 

Government '36 
Secretary of Class '34 
Treasurer of Class '33 



Chevrons '35, '36 

Senior-Mid Plays 

Honor Roll '33 

Society Banquet Committee '33 



CAROL CAMPBELL ROCKWELL 

"Carry" 
658 Osgood St., North Andover, Mass. 

Bradford Four Tears 

Versatility personified! — for our Carrie can do 
'most anything at all! She can sing as well as play 
(her sonatas are positively uplifting), she's a wow 
at tennis and squash, and one of the best song 
leaders we've ever had. The best of sports, she can 
take all sorts of kidding about her most original 
sweater and skirt combinations, and she can dish 
out some of the best puns. In return, Carrie, we're 
betting on your heaps of personality and ample 
supply of brains to carry you places ! 




Editor of Class Book '36 
Secretary-Treasurer Griffins '36 
"A" Society '35, '36 
Fideho '33, '34, '35, '36 
Philomatheia '35, '36 
Senior-Mid Play '35 



Senior-Mid Tea Dance Commit- 
tee '35 
Varsity Tennis Team '36 
Captain Tennis Team '36 
Prom Usher '33 
Numerals '32 



Chevrons '35, '36 
Abbot Birthday Committee '34 
Senior Song Leader '36 
Griffin Song Leader '35 
Athletic Council '36 
Day Scholars' Entertainment 
'33, '34> '35, '36 



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ANNE NAOMI RUSSELL 
500 Chester Ave., Moorestown, N. J. 

Four Tears 

If you are ever blue, Anne will fix you up. She has a 
most contagious giggle and what a smile! She is 
very artistic and, oh yes, she sings and can speak 
Spanish. Why, if we didn't know she came from 
New Jersey, we'd think she lived in Cuba. Yes, sir, 
Anne's our class president too, and we wouldn't 
trade her for another! 



Class Book Board '36 
Honor Bonus '35, '36 
President of Class '36 
Senior Play '36 
Vice-President A.C.A. 



'35 



Senior-Mid Plays '34, '35 

Draper Dramatics '35 

Floor Committee School Tea 

Dance '36 
Fidelio '33, '34, '35, '36 



Choir '35. '36 
L.B.A. '34, '35, '36 
L.B.A. President '35 
Treasurer A.C.A. '34 




ELIZABETH SARGENT 
"Sarge" 

35 Washington Sq., Salem, Mass. 

Wheelock Two Tears 

"Have you heard? We're going home next week!" 
It must be Sarge, wandering around with a ball of 
yarn under her arm and her needles clicking almost 
automatically. She is probably dressed in a pair of 
shorts, ski boots and a red flannel muffler. Circuses 
are never very far away when Sarge is around; but 
they're nice circuses with plenty of good sense and 
variety. 



Treasurer of Class '35 
Advisory Board '35, '36 
Vice-President of Class '36 



Christmas Party '35. 
Senior-Mid Plays 
A.D.S. 



'36 



Student Government '36 
Numerals '35 



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SALLY SGATES 

"Scales 99 

4 Boylston Terr., West Medford, Mass. 

Three Tears 

Sally has the most infectious grin we know. And 
she never stops with just a grin, there's always a 
chuckle or a friendly word behind. She's just 
"Sally." There's no other word that describes her 
adequately, but when you find a word that means 
friendliness and sympathy and a sublime sense of 
the ridiculous, you'll have a synonym for "Sally." 




Senior-Mid Student Govern- 
ment Representative '35 
Choir '35, '36 
President of Choir '36 
Fidelio '34, '35, '36 



Q..E.D. '35, '36 
Senior-Mid Plays '35 
Treasurer of Junior-Mid Class 

'34 



Society Banquet Committee '35 
Vice-President A.A.A. '36 
Secretary-Treasurer G\E.D. '36 
Student Government '36 



PATRICIA COOMBS SMITH 

"Pat 99 
Fort Sewall, Marblehead, Mass. 

Two Tears 

Pat, the girl with the great big smile, has a mind of 
her own and keeps all of us well informed about it. 
We hear a great deal about Marblehead and 
"Lennie,"butwe're never bored for Pat's remarks are 
always unexpected, and are enlivened by references 
to Chaucer. She's the sort of person we know will 
be a success because we know she just couldn't be 
anything else. 




Advisory Board '36 
Christmas Party '35, '36 



Senior Play '36 
Class Book Board '36 



Q.E.D. '35, '36 
Fidelio '35, '36 



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PAULINE CHAPMAN SPEAR 
"Polly" 

156 Winchester St., Brookline, Mass. 

Vassar Three Tears 

Personality and Polly are the same thing. Both are 
made of brains, unreasonable blonde hair, and 
shrieks. Polly adds an angelic voice to this list of 
attractions, and indulges in every conceivable form 
of music from lullabies to "Soup of the Evening." 
She is continually surprising us, for her laugh is 
never the same twice, varying in tone, mood, and 
length of duration. Life would be very dull without 
you, Polly. 



Cum Laude '36 
Senior Play '36 
Fidelio '34, '35, '36 
Entertainment Committee 
Courant '35, '36 
School Song Leader '35 
Gargoyle Song Leader '36 
Senior -Mid Plays '35 



Numerals '34 

Draper Dramatics '35 

Athletic Tea Dance Committee 

'35 '35 

Ivy Oration '35 

Honor Roll '35, '36 

Advisory Board '36 

Class Book Board '36 



A.C.A. President '36 
Class Treasurer '34 
Chairman of Senior-Mid Tea 

Dance '35 
Student Government '36 
Varsity Hockey '34, '35, '36 
Choir '34, '35, '36 




CAROL HELEN STILLWELL 

"Tony" 
71 Winsor PL, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Mount Holyoke Two Tears 

"Who's that little girl with the big eyes?" "Why 
that's Tony." For a little girl, Tony has a lot in her. 
She's capable of making quite a bit of noise, and, on 
the other hand, she can be as quiet as a turtle. 
She's talented in dramatics and all her studies. Ask 
Tony some time about certain letters she receives 
every so often. I bet she'd blush! 



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Class Book Board '36 
Honor Bonus '36 
Senior Play '36 
Senior-Mid Plays '35 



Honor Roll '35 
Treasurer A.C.A. '36 
A.D.S. '35, '36 



A.D.S. Play '35 
Numerals '36 
Christmas Party 



35 



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MARY LEWIS SWAN 
22 Thorndike St., Beverly, Mass. 

Three Years 

Mary is such a grand all-round person that it's hard 
to know where to start to tell about her. She plays 
a wonderful game of hockey, she managed the 
Senior Play with its hundred and one details, and 
one morning she got half-way down to the dining- 
room before she remembered that she hadn't put 
on a skirt! It's quite unnecessary to say that Mary is 
our class musician, and that we don't know what 
the Senior Class would have done without her. 



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Varsity Hockey '34, '35, '36 
Captain of Hockey Team '36 
Aeolian Society '34, '35, '36 
President of Aeolian '36 
Secretary A.C.A. '35 
Student Government '35, '36 



First Vice-President of Student 

Government '36 
"A" Society '35, '36 
Athletic Council '36 
Varsity Baseball '34, '35 
Numerals '34 



Chevrons '35, '36 
Honor Bonus '34, '35 
Secretary of Junior-Mid Class '34 
Stage Manager of Senior-Mid 
Play '35 



MARY FRANCES TRAFTON 

"Traftie" 
323 Minot Ave., Auburn, Me. 

Mount Holyoke Four Tears 

We should like to award a special medal to Traftie 
for being relied upon to do the right thing at the 
right time. She's pretty good at making us take our 
chap walks. We're looking forward with great 
pleasure to seeing the frivolous Mary of 1946. 




Treasurer of Senior Class 
Secretary of Junior-Mid Class 
Student Government '33 
Aeolian '34, '35, '36 
Secretary-Treasurer of Aeolian 

'36 
Varsity Hockey '35, 36 



Numerals '33 
"A" Society '35, '36 
Secretary-Treasurer of "A" So- 
ciety '35 
Chevrons '35, '36 
Varsity Baseball '35 



Fidelio '33, '34, '35, '36 
Senior-Mid Play '35 
Athletic Council '34, '35, '36 
Honor Bonus '33, '34, '35 
Christmas Party Committee '36 
Fire Captain '36 



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ELEANOR DAWSON WELLS 

Box 259, Kingston, Jamaica, B.W.I. 
Wheaton Two Tears 

Behold Eleanor, our literary genius! At some time 
or other we've all been rather envious of Eleanor's 
descriptive powers and poetic ability. It can't be the 
climate in Jamaica and it can't be the fruit down 
there because we eat bananas too, so it must be 
that Eleanor has brains. In spite of all this, Eleanor 
knows a good joke when she hears it. 



Editor-in-Chief of Courant '36 
Courant Board '35, '36 
Secretary of A. A. A. '36 
Athletic Council '36 



Class Book Board '36 
Treasurer Senior-Mid Class '35 
Honor Roll '35 



Honor Bonus '35 
Griffin Entertainment Commit- 
tee '36 




RUTH BABETTE WITTIG 

100 Hillside Ave., West Newton, Mass. 
Mount Holyoke Two Years 

Even the tarn can't conceal her red hair. Now you 
know who it is! She hasn't the characteristic bad 
temper, although she plays a mean game of ping- 
pong. You frightened us all for a moment, Ruthie, 
when you announced your engagement! You'll 
probably beat us to it at that; and we'll guarantee 
that the brains under the red hair will get you 
places. 



Senior-Mid Play '35 
Class Book Board '36 



Q..E.D. '36 



Senior Play '36 



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SYLVIA ANGELINE WRIGHT 
"Syl" 

20 Prospect St., Norwood, N. Y. 

Connecticut College Two Tears 

We don't know whether it's Shredded Wheat or 
Rice Krispies that gives Sylvia her blonde curly hair 
and gorgeous complexion. She hasn't confided in 
us yet. There'll come a day we hope! It might be 
added that Sylvia's is the only flourishing P. A. 
romance. To be sure, others have budded but 
never bloomed. 




Senior-Mid Play '35 Prom Committee '35 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Commit- Society Banquet Committee '35 

tee '35 Fidelio '35, '36 

Senior-Mid Banquet Committee Philomatheia '35, '36 

'35 



Christmas Party '36 

Choir '36 

Secretary of Senior Class '36 

Chairman Prom Committee '36 



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Perfect Abbot Girl 



Hair . Sylvia Wright 

Eyebrows Miriam Adams 

Eyes Lucy Hawkes 

Eyelashes Anne Russell 

Nose Carol Rockwell 

Smile Patricia Smith 

Teeth Mary Frances Mahoney 

Lips Mary Dooley 

Chin Sylvia Wright 

Complexion Sylvia Wright 



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One Year Girls 




LENORE JEAN BUCKLEY 

680 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. 





ELIZABETH PARTRIDGE DRAKE 

12 Roanoke Rd., Wellesley, Mass. 

"Oh, Mother, stop it!" 



PHYLLIS MARY FISHER 
24 North Terrace, Maplewood, N. J. 



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LOIS HOLMES 

652 Hough St., Barrington, 111. 






JEANNE BEATRICE MacCREADY 

iog School St., Taunton, Mass. 

"Oh, it's simply lovely!" 



GRACE WALLACE NICHOLS 

10 Nelson St., Auburn, N. Y. 
"Well, sure, I think I can do it." 



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VIRGINIA NOURSE 

105 Larchmont Rd., Melrose, Mass. 





IllSISfillfe.. '!..:#.* 



ANN NORING ROBINS 

13 College St., Canton, N. Y. 

"Prof!" 



BARBARA SOUTHER 

Beverly Farms, Mass. 



JANE KNOX HOPKINS 

306 East Main St., Titusville, Pa. 



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Class Statistics 



Best Looking 

Smoothest 

Prettiest 

Cutest 

Neatest . 

Best Dressed 

Best Dancer . 

Most High Hat 

Most Capable 

Most Versatile 

Most Literary 

Most Musical 

Most Diplomatic 

Most Original 

Most Athletic 

Most Poise 

Most Personality 

Most Likely to Succeed 

Most Temperamental 

Best Natured 
> 

Optimist 

Pessimist 

Class Cynic . 

Class Clown 

Class Bluffer 

Class Punster 

Cleverest 

Noisiest .... 

Wittiest 

Best Sense of Humor 

Man-Hater . 

Most Absent-Minded . 

Most Artistic 

Done Most for the School 

Most Dramatic 

Meekest 

First to be Married 

First to Elope 



Helen Marie O'Brien 
Helen Marie O'Brien 
Mary Dooley 
Mildred Eastlack 
Mary Trafton 
Sally Burns 
Pauline Spear 
Miriam Adams 
Anne Dodge 
Pauline Spear 
Eleanor Wells 
Mary Swan 
Barbara Reinhart 
Patricia Smith 
Mary Swan 
Barbara Reinhart 
Anne Dodge 
Eleanor Wells 
Miriam Adams 
Elizabeth Sargent 
Marion Mooney 
Ruth Wittig 
Lucy Hawkes 
Patricia Smith 
Sally Burns 
Eleanor Wells 
Eleanor Wells 
Pauline Spear 
Eleanor Wells 
Anne Dodge 
Priscilla Mailey 
Anne Dodge 
Anne Russell 
Anne Dodge 
Mary Frances Mahoney 
Elinor Robinson 
Anne Russell 
Lucy Hawkes 



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Class Will 

We, the class of nineteen hundred and thirty-six, being momentarily sane and in 
our right minds, do hereby bestow upon our worthy successors our worldly possessions 
as follows: 

We leave Polly's operatic tendencies to the Flaherty twins. 

We leave Mini's dance steps to Gisela Bolten. 

We bequeath Mooney's correspondence to Marge Williams. 

We leave Ellie's sophistication to Lucille Freeman. 

We bequeath Mary Trafton's sense of humor to Plunkett. 

We leave Elinor Robinson's silences to Pondo. 

We leave Pat Smith's love affairs to Lil Seiler. 

We bequeath Sarge's foggy moments to Millie Collens. 

We leave Tommy's tact to Joan Todd. 

We leave all our more graceful moments to Cole, Skeeter, and Pett. 

We, the class of nineteen hundred and thirty-six, being momentarily insane, 
bequeath to our Faculty, in appreciation, the following: 

We leave Annie's ants to Miss Jenks for her Biology class. 

We leave our ankle socks to Miss Comegys. 

We leave all our merits (if we have any) to Miss Humes. 

We leave all our "larks" to Miss Friskin. 

We bequeath Sarge's stockings to Miss Carpenter for her gym classes. 

We leave all our short change to Miss Baynes. 

We leave our early hours to Madame. 

We bequeath our week-ends to Miss Hughes. 

We leave Annie's hooded bathrobe to Miss Butterfield. 

We leave our "dates" to Miss Bean. 

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Class History 



The class of 1936 has always had to struggle to make itself heard, especially in the 
line of Christmas verses. There are only four of the people in the class who started it 
off on its course at Abbot. Now in the Senior year, our numbers have grown but we 
are still a small and, let's say, select group. The class's Prep, Junior and Junior-Mid 
years, chief characteristic was, of course, to impress people that we weren't the babies 
we were supposed to be. 

It was in the Senior-Mid year that we began to come into our element. Besides 
such major incidents as the Tea Dance, and being able to go to the Prom, it was full of 
nice little things like getting our class sweaters. You can't quite describe the Senior 
year. It is rather satisfying, though, to be told that you are responsible for setting 
good standards for the rest of the school. It gives one an important feeling. Things 
that we had waited for so long, like Intervale, really came and were not disappoint- 
ing. The happiness of Intervale and the time when Senior rings are gained come only 
once in our life. 

Our class has not done anything startingly different from other classes, but it is 
the people in the class, who each and everyone will make it different from the many 
other classes. There will be only one Annie Dodge, with her side-splitting stories of 
her family, although there will be many Stu. G. heads. There will only by one Anne 
Russell with her bubbling laugh although many Senior presidents. Last but not least, 
we are Miss Bailey's last Senior class, although she will not be here to send us out from 
Abbot. I believe everyone of us feels that Miss Bailey has not gone, but is still proud of 
us when we try to carry out her ideals for ourselves and for Abbot. We, who have 
heard so many of her beautiful morning chapel programs, praying for those who are in 
need, doubt, or sorrow, praying for peace, and praying to God to guide the rulers of 
our country, cannot help feeling this. I can see, without half trying, Miss Bailey stand- 
ing in chapel perhaps putting a spark of humor into an announcement by the tone of 
her voice or by the expression of her face. I think the thought that has guided many 
of us this year is, "Would Miss Bailey have wished it?" and perhaps that is a good 
thought to take out into the world with us. 



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The Awful Truth for Seniors 



Name 
M. Adams 
S. Bupns 
C. Dane 

A. L. Dodge 

M. DOOLEY 

M. Eastlack 
L. Hawkes 
C. Holland 

F. Mahoney 

P. Mailey 

M. MOONEY 

H. M. O'Brien 
R. Rappoport 

B. Reinhart 
E. Robinson 

C. Rockwell 
A. Russell 
E. Sargent 

S. S GATES 

P. Smith 
P. Spear 
C. Stillwell 
M. Swan 
M. Trafton 
E. Wells 
R. Wittig 
S. Wright 
Class of '36 



Known by 

Clothes 

Curls 

Winks 

Bossy Gillis 

Profile 

Dimple 

Her brothers 

Remarks 

/"Sunny" \ 
{"Sonny" / ex P ression 

Hair 

Ankles 

Those looks 

Henry VIII's wife 

Poise 

Leaky pens 

Skirts and sweaters 

Giggle 

Stockings 

Grin 

Novelette 

Squeals 

Empty baskets 

Musical genius 

Helpful attitude 

Whispers 

Little curl 

Lithp 

Wise-cracks 



Ambition 
Mona Lisa 
Co-ed college 
Bohemian 
Soap-box orator 
Size 12 

To be a big girl 
Dartmouth Green Key 
None 

Also none 

Corner 

Algebra teacher 
Second Peggy Joyce 
None 
Broadway 
Librarian 
Three corsages 
Dramatic thought 
Job 

Rhumba 
Lion -hunting 
Squee 

Latin teacher 
Church organist 
Buckingham Palace 
Loud voice 
Intellectual 
Toe-dancer 
50th Reunion 



Probable End 
Post-mistress 
Teacher at Abbot 
Club-woman 
Republican 
Size 42 
Cynic 

Dartmouth Green Key 
Brown house-mother 

Circus 

Limelight 
Bathing-suit mode) 
Old maid 
Enthusiasm 
Hollywood 
News-stand 
Hot-house 
Dramatic action 
Lady of leisure 
Waltz 

Duck-hunting 
Wall-flower 
Chorus girl 
Jazz band 
Down Maine 
Cheer leader 
Platinum blonde 
Wrestler 
Old ladies' home 



Famous Utterances 
''You've got a letter" 
"You know — " 
"Not this chicken" 
"Honest to Gonnies" 
"Got your Latin done?" 
"Gee, fellows — " 
"Tell me— " 
"Hi there" 



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'Hiya' 

"Hi" 

"I bet you didn't think of that — " 

"Boy, Hardy" 

"I don't know" 

"That's swell" 

"Well—" 

"I'm not proud" 

"He, he, he'" 

"I'm going wacky" 

"Oh, Bother" 

"I'm sorry, but — " 

"No soap" 

"I won't tell" 

"I don't remember" 

"Papa Howe" 

"Skip it" 

"Well, I mean— " 

"Oh, gee" 

"Hi" 



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Intervale Songs 

(Tune: The Man on the Flying Trapeze) 

Oh, we slid through the snow with the greatest of ease, 
We daring young girls on our snow-shoes and skis; 
Our actions were graceful, all farmers we pleased, 
And our ski-pants are well worn away. 

Oh, we read True Romances till midnight or more, 

And we sent picture-postcards galore; 

We walked (gesture) to North Conway by light of the moon, 

And we hated to come back so soon, Ohhhhh — 

We slid through the snow with the greatest of ease, 
We daring young girls on our snow-shoes and skis; 
Our actions were graceful, all farmers we pleased, 
And our ski-pants are well worn away. 

(Tune: The Music Goes 'Round and 'Round) 

Oh, we got into the train, 

And the wheels went 'round and 'round. 

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, 

And we got out there. 

Oh, we piled into the sleigh, 
And we merrily whisked away, 
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, 
And we jumped out there. 

Oh, we got into our skis, 

And we fell on the backs of our knees, 

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, 

Listen to the groans come out. 

Oh, we got into our skates, 
And we did some figure eights, 
Ow, ow, ow, ow, ow, ow, 
And we landed here (gesture) . 

Oh, we ate some juicy steaks, 

And we lost our tummy aches, 

Um, um, um, um, um, um, yeah, oh yeah 

And so we called for more. 

Oh, we climbed back into the train, 

And the wheels went 'round and 'round, 

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, 

And we landed here. (Yelled) And so will you!!! 

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In the Sleigh at the Station 



A View from Mt. Surprise 



Mim and Hawee 



INTER VALE I 





"Carpie" 



Sally, Mary, Carol, Annie 





A View from Mt. Surprise 



Off for a Ski 




'Waiting at the Gate' 



MORE INTER VA LE 





Shooting the Chutes 



'We're on Our Way" 



(Tune: A Little Bit of Heaven) 

Sure a little bit of heaven 

Fell from out the sky one day, 

And it nestled in New Hampshire 

Not so many miles away; 

And when the angels found it 

Sure it looked so sweet and fair, 

They said, "Suppose we leave it, 

For it looks so peaceful there." 

So they sprinkled it with sunshine 

Just to make the pine trees grow, 

They're the finest ones that can be found 

No matter where you go. 

And they placed the mountains round it 

Just to keep away the gale, 

And when they had it finished, 

Sure they called it Intervale! 



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The Senior Middle Class Song 

(Tune: Vagabond Song) 

37's marching 

Onward always marching 

Striving for the best we know 

We'll be loyal ever 

To our school we'll never 

Be unfaithful or untrue. 

Raise our banner green up to the sky 

Never let its meaning to us die 

Abbot, when we leave you 

We will not forget you 

37's marching on. 



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President 

Vice-President 
Treasurer 

President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Margaret Bain 
Marjorie A. Boesel 
Charlotte Boynton 
Corinne Brooks 
Patricia Burdine 
Nancy S. Burns 
Harriott Cole 
Mildred deG. Collens 
Thelma Cutter 
Barbara Daniels 
Eva L. Doblin 
Catherine Forbush 
Sally Gage 
Dorothy E. Hamilton 
Ruth A. Hill 
Cynthia Holbrook 



Senior Middle Class 

Colors — Green and White 

OFFICERS— First Half 

Sarah M. Sheldon 

sophronia vlbberts 

Elizabeth Swint 

OFFICERS— Second Half 

Priscilla Richards 

Charlotte Boynton 

Elizabeth Melcher 



Elizabeth Inman 
Elizabeth Joost 
Barbara Kelley 
Eleanor M. Lancaster 
Barbara Lee 
Elizabeth Melcher 

Je ANNETTE H. PARTRIDGE 

Geraldine J. Peck 
Edith H. Peden 
Mary E. Pettengill 
Barbara Pierpoint 
Ruth Pond 
Jean Rae 

Barbara Randolph 
Martha E. Ransom 
Jane W. Rice 
Priscilla M. Richards 



Louise Risley 
Ruth H. Rose 
Anne J. Sawyer 
Lillian J. Seiler 
Sarah M. Sheldon 
Ellen Simpson 
Jane R. Stevenson 
Louise B. Stevenson 
Martha Sweeney 
Elizabeth J. Swint 
Joan Todd 
Grace S. Vibberts 
Barbara B. Waite 
Carol L. Whittemore 
Marjorie L. Williams 
Mary Wilson 



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E. Wells 



L. Hawkes 



M. Mooney 



Abbot Athletic Association 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 



Lucy Hawkes 

Sally S gates 

Eleanor Wells 

Marion Mooney 



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H. Cole M. E. Pettengill M. E. Ransom M. Trafton G. Peck 
C. Dane C. Rockwell E. Wells L. Hawkes M. Mooney M. Swan F. Mahoney 



Athletic Council 

MAJOR SPORTS 



Head of Hockey 
Head of Tennis 
Head of Basketball 
Head of Baseball 
Head of Track 

Head of Riding . 
Head of Croquet . 
Head of Archery 
Head of Golf 
Head of Badminton 
Head of Ice . 
Head of Snow 
Head of Pingpong 
Head of Deck Tennis 
Head of Hiking 

Head of Griffins 
Head of Gargoyles 

Griffin Song Leader 
Gargoyle Song Leader 
School Song Leader 



MINOR SPORTS 



CLUB CAPTAINS 



CHEER LEADERS 



Mary Swan 

Carol Rockwell 

Frances Mahoney 

Priscilla Mailey 

Geraldine Peck 

Mary Pettengill 

Marion Mooney 

Geraldine Peck 

Charlotte Dane 

Martha Sweeney 

Marjorie Williams 

Martha Sweeney 

Ruth Wittig 

Kathryn Humphries 

Mary Trafton 



Martha Elizabeth Ransom 
Harriott Cole 

Elizabeth Swint 

Pauline Spear 

Martha Ransom 



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"A" SOCIETY 

B. Daniels E. Swint H. Cole P. Spear S. Burns M. Swan G. Peck 
C. Rockwell M. Trafton B. Reinhart E. Robinson M. E. Ransom M. Sweeney F. Mahoney 

President 




M. Collens 
R. Rose 



HOCKEY TEAM 

M. E. Pettengill E. Drake 
P. Spear M. Swan 
Captain 



H. Cole 
M. Trafton 



B. Melcher 
S. Sheldon 



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BASKETBALL TEAM 

Martha Ransom, Captain 
Marie Appleby 
Catherine Forbush 
Diana Greene 
Phyllis Saunders 
Elizabeth Swint 




E. Swint 
M. Appleby 



P. Saunders 
M. E. Ransom 



D. Greene 
C. Forbush 




TENNIS TEAM 

Caroline Rockwell, Captain 
Helen O'Brien 
Joan Todd 



H. M. O'Brien G. Rockwell J. Todd 

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CLUB CAPTAINS 

Harriott Cole 

Captain of Gargoyles 

Martha Ransom 

Captain of Griffins 



H. Cole M. E. Ransom 



CHEER LEADERS 

Martha Ransom 

School Cheer Leader 

Pauline Spear 
Gargoyle Cheer Leader 

Elizabeth Swint 
Griffin Cheer Leader 




P. Spear 
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M. E. Ransom 



E. Swint 



1935 Blazers 

Ann Cutler Frances McTernen 

Eleanor Johnson Katharine Sgudder 

Helen Tower 



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AEOLIAN 




Parting Hymn 

Father, I know that all my life 

Is portioned out for me; 
The changes that are sure to come 

: I do not fear to see; : 
But I ask Thee for a present mind 

Intent on pleasing Thee. 

I ask Thee for a thoughtful love 

Through constant watching wise, 

To meet the glad with joyful smiles, 

: And to wipe the weeping eyes; : 

And a heart at leisure from itself, 
To soothe and sympathize. 

Wherever in the world I am, 

In whatsoe'er estate, 
I have a fellowship of hearts 

: To keep and cultivate; : 
And a work of lowly love to do 

For the Lord on whom I wait. 

So I ask Thee for the daily strength 
To none that ask denied, 

And a mind to blend with outward life 
: While keeping at Thy side; : 

Content to fill a little space 
If Thou be glorified. 



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Fidelio Society 



Martha Elizabeth Ransom 

Margaret Plunkett 
Jane Hopkins 

Jeanne Sawyer 
Sally S gates 
Sarah Sheldon 
Ellen Simpson 
Patricia Smith 
Pauline Spear 
Martha Sweeney 
Joan Todd 
Mary Toohey 
Mary Trafton 
sophronia vlbberts 
Evelyn Ward 
Barbara Waite 
Marjorie Williams 
Sylvia Wright 

Fidelio is the glee club of Abbot. It meets twice a week in Abbot Hall to practice 
the songs to sing at Christmas and Easter. It also sings at Sunday night services once 
every four weeks. Last year in the late spring the society took part in a concert with 
Phillips and it plans to do so this year also. Mr. Howe directs the society. 



President 
Pianists 


Marth, 

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Miriam Adams 


Elizabeth Inman 


Margaret Bain 


Elizabeth Joost 


Barbara Bobst 


Marian Lawson 


Joan Brown 


Priscilla Mailey 


Nancy Burns 


Grace Nichols 


Barbara Daniels 


Geraldine Peck 


Susan Darling 


Ruth Pond 


Eva Doblin 


Margaret Plunkett 


Mary Elliott 


Barbara Reinhart 


Nancy England 


Jane Rice 


Diana Greene 


Priscilla Richards 


Dorothy Hamilton 


Anne Robins 


Lucy Hawkes 


Carol Rockwell 


Clara Holland 


Anne Russell 


Jane Hopkins 





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B. Bobst N. England 

M. E. Ransom A. Russell 



G. Nichols J. Todd J. Brown M. Plunkett 

P. Richards S. Wright A. Robins P. Spear 



Choir 



Barbara Bobst 
Joan Brown 
Nancy England 
Grace Nichols 
Margaret Plunkett 
Martha Ransom 



Priscilla Richards 
Ann Robins 
Anne Russell 
Pauline Spear 
Joan Todd 
Sylvia Wright 



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M. Toohey E. Sargent A. Russell L. Hawkes E. Duncan 
N. Burns B. Reinhart C. Holland A. Dodge M. Swan 



B. Daniels M. Eastlack 
E. Robinson P. Spear 



Student Government 



OFFICERS 

President Anne Dodge 

First Vice-President Mary Swan 

Second Vice-President Clara Holland 

Third Vice-President Barbara Reinhart 

Secretary-Treasurer . . Elinor Robinson 



Nancy Burns 
Barbara Daniels 
Anne Dodge 
Elise Duncan 
Mildred Eastlack 
Lucy Hawkes 
Clara Holland 



Barbara Reinhart 
Elinor Robinson 
Anne Russell 
Elizabeth Sargent 
Pauline Spear 
Mary Swan 
Mary Toohey 



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C. Still well 



M. Eastlack 



P. Spear 



M. E. Ransom 



Abbot Christian Association 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 



Pauline Spear 

Mildred Eastlack 

Martha Ransom 

Carol Stillwell 



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R. Wittig P. Smith P. Spear C. Holland M. Dooley E. Robinson 

C. Stillwell E. Wells C. Rockwell A. Russell H. M. O'Brien L. Hawkes 



Editor-in-Chief 
Carol Rockwell 



Class Book Board 



Ex-Officio 
Anne Russell 



Eleanor Wells 
Patricia Smith 



Pauline Spear 



Literary Editors 



Elinor Robinson 



Art Editors 



Clara Holland 



Mary Dooley 
Ruth Wittig 



Anne Russell 



Helen Marie O'Brien 



Business Editors 
Lucy Hawkes 



Carol Stillwell 



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E. Robinson J. Todd 

M. E. Ransom P. Spear 



A. Robins R. Rose 

E. Wells M. Williams G. Nichols 



Courant Board 

Editor-in-Chief 
Eleanor Wells 

Business Editor 
Pauline Spear 

Art Editor 
Marjorie Williams 

Assistant Business Editors 

Ruth Rose 

Elinor Robinson 



Grace Nichols 
Martha Ransom 



Literary Editors 



Ann Robins 
Joan Todd 



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R. Wittig 
A. Dodge 



C. Boynton A. Robins M. Collens 

P. Smith M. Adams C. Dane M. Wilson 



President 
Secretary- Treasurer 



Q. E. D. Society 



Miriam Adams 
Sally Scates 



Miriam Adams 
Charlotte Boynton 
Mildred Collens 
Charlotte Dane 
Anne Dodge 
Cynthia Holbrook 



Barbara Pierpoint 
Ann Robins 
Sally Scates 
Patricia Smith 
Mary Wilson 
Ruth Wittig 



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J. Rice 


M. Dooley 


B. Randolph 


C. For bush 


M. Eastlack 


S. Sheldon 


E. Ward 


S. Vibberts 


P. Richards 


H. M. O'Brien 



Odeon Society 



President 
Secretary- Treasurer 

Mary Dooley 
Mildred Eastlack 
Catherine Forbush 
Helen Marie O'Brien 
Barbara Randolph 



Sophronia Vibberts 
Priscilla Richards 

Jane Rice 
Priscilla Richards 
Sarah Sheldon 
Sophronia Vibberts 
Evelyn Ward 



Odeon is Abbot's literary circle. In their meetings the members discuss current 
novels. A corner of the reading room has been put at their disposal, and there they 
often post articles that are worth the attention of the rest of the school. 



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M. Plunkett 



L. Holmes 



M. Lawson 
M. Swan 



M. Proctor 
M. Trafton 



L. Seiler 



Lois Holmes 
Marian Lawson 
Margaret Plunkett 



Aeolian Society 

Mary Swan, President 



Mary Swan 



Madeleine Proctor 
Mary Trafton 
Lillian Seiler 



The girls who show a great deal of interest in music are chosen to be in this 
society. They meet in the music studio, where they discuss the lives and works of 
great musicians, sing some of their songs, and listen to selections from their well- 
known works. 



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E. Swint 


E. Inman 


E. Joost 


S. Wright 


N. Burns 


M. E. Pettengill 


L. Hawkes 


P. Mailey 


S. Burns 


C. Rockwell 



Philomatheia Society 



President Priscilla Mailey 

Secretary-Treasurer Lucy Hawkes 



Nancy Burns 
Sally Burns 
Lucy Hawkes 
Elizabeth Inman 
Elizabeth Joost 



Priscilla Mailey 
Mary Emily Pettengill 
Carol Rockwell 
Elizabeth Swint 
Sylvia Wright 



Philomatheia is a society .made up of girls scientifically inclined. This year they 
have been studying photography and the art of developing and printing the negatives 
and have been experimenting with pictures they have taken. 



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A. Russell 
C. Holland 



V. Nourse 
M. Mooney 



J. Partridge 
G. Peck 



B. Daniels 
E. Melcher 



Les Beaux Arts Society 



President 
Secretary- Treasurer 

Barbara Daniels 
Clara Holland 
Elizabeth Melcher 
Marion Mooney 



Anne Russell 



Marion Mooney 
Geraldine Peck 

Virginia Nourse 
Calla Owen 
Jeannette Partridge 
Geraldine Peck 



Les Beaux Arts, as the name suggests, is the artistic element in the school. The 
society attends exhibitions given at Phillips Academy. From time to time it reports on 
some of the pictures to be seen here at school. 



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C. Stillwell 
M. Toohey J. Brown 



P. Burdine J. Stevenson E. Sargent R. Rappoport 
H. Cole B. Reinhart F. Mahoney M. Sweeney 



Abbot Dramatic Society 



President . 
Secretary- Treasurer 

Joan Brown 
Patricia Burdine 
Harriott Cole 
Frances Mahoney 
Rosalie Rappoport 



Barbara Reinhart 
Frances Mahoney 



Barbara Reinhart 
Elizabeth Sargent 
Jane Stevenson 
Carol Stillwell 
Martha Sweeney 



Mary Toohey 



This society has, as its members, girls who possess marked ability along dramatic 
lines. The society discusses plays in its meetings and is coached by Mrs. Gray in the 
fine plays that it presents at the beginning of the second quarter. 



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1935 Honor A's 

ANN CRAWFORD CUTLER 
GERALDINE EICK 
ELEANOR JOHNSON 
MARGUERITE NOONAN 
LUCIA ELMORE NUNEZ 
KATHERINE SCUDDER 
HELEN HENRIETTA TOWER 
CECILE W. VAN PEURSEM 



1935 Cum Laude 

CATHLEEN BURNS 

ANN CRAWFORD CUTLER 

JOAN HENRY 

LUCIA ELMORE NUNEZ 

KATHERINE SCUDDER 

MARGIT THONY 

HELEN HENRIETTA TOWER 



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THE ROMANCERS 
By Edmond Rostand 



CHARACTERS 



Percinet .... 

Straforel, a bravo 
Berg amin, father of Percinet . 
Pasquinot, father of Sylvette . 
Sylvette, daughter of Pasquinot 

Swordsmen .... 

Negroes .... 

Torch Bearers 

Musicians 

Servant to Bergamin 



Harriott Cole 
Anne Sawyer 
Martha Sweeney 
Barbara Daniels 
Patricia Burdine 
Ellen Simpson 
Elizabeth Joost 
Marjorie Boesel 
Charlotte Boynton 
Barbara Waite 
Thelma Cutter 
Geraldine Peck 
Barbara Randolph 
Jeannette Partridge 
Barbara Kelly 



Scene: Where you will 
Adjoining gardens of Bergamin and Pasquinot 



Music played by 
Director 
Stage Manager 
Scenery 



Joyce Hansen, Catherine McKallagat 
Bertha Morgan Gray 

Priscilla Richards 

Mr. Tyler 



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Suzanna Smith 
Daisy Case 
Nancy Smith 
Fan Brown 
Mrs. Hawkins 
Sally Gage . 
Virginia Frost 
Maryella Newcomb 
Gilda Gay 
Mrs. Wells . 
Helen Curtiss 
Anna Boyd 
Dog 

Scene: 



SUZANNA SKIDS 

By Carolyn Barr 

characters 

Ruth Pond 
Dorothy Hamilton 
. Ruth Hill 
Marjorie Rutherford 
Charlotte Boynton 
Sarah Sheldon 
Elizabeth Melcher 
Nancy Burns 
Jean Rae 
Corinne Brooks 
Elizabeth Inman 
Elizabeth Swint 
Efchen von Falkenheight 
An alcove in the town house of Mrs. Curtiss 



THE MAN IN THE BOWLER HAT 

By A. A. Milne 

characters 

Martha Elizabeth Ransom 
Mildred Collens 



John 

Mary 

Hero 

Heroine 

Chief Villain 

Bad Man 

The Man in the Bowler Hat 

Scene: Mary's sitting-room 



Mary Emily Pettengill 

Jane Stevenson 

. Joan Todd 

Marjorie Williams 

Margaret Bain 



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The Faculty Play 

CAPTAIN APPLEJACK 

A charming, remarkably well acted play to say the least — just imagine an at- 
mosphere of pirates and such, made even more entertaining by our faculty taking 
the parts. Dreamland would certainly be the place to be if it always proved to be 
as thrilling and wonderful as did Captain Applejack's (our Miss Stone). We only 
wish these plays were a weekly occurrence! 

Lush M. Snow 

Poppy Faire Helen Bean 

Mrs. Agatha Whatcombe Marie Craig 

Ambrose Applejohn C. Stone 

Anna Valeska Evelyn Rumney 

Mps. Pengard Kate Friskin 

Horace Pengard B. Humes 

Ivan Borolsky M. Carpenter 

Palmer Eunice Campbell 

Dennet J. H. Baynes 

Johnny Jason R. Baker 

Pirates 

J. H. Baynes, R. Hughes, A. Sweeney, N. Sweeney, H. Duncan, F. Butterfield, H. Chickering, R. 



Baker. P. Minard 



Director: Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray 

Stage Manager: Miss Bertha A. Grimes 

Prompter: Miss Helen Robinson 

Women's costumes furnished by Abbot Girls, Inc. 

Men's costumes furnished by Burns and Minard 

Stage setting by Tyler and Company 



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THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN 
By Sydney Howard 

A Comedy in Three Acts 



CHARACTERS 



Dr. Haggett 

Susan 

Abby 

Mrs. Haggett 

Ada 

Warren . 

Tallant . 

Rosen 

Davenport 

Director 
Stage Manager 
Scenery 



Anne Russell 

Carol Stillwell 

Barbara Reinhart 

Ruth Wittig 

Polly Spear 

Patricia Smith 

Lucy Hawkes 

Elizabeth Sargent 

Helen Marie O'Brien 



Bertha Morgan Gray 

Mary Swan 

Mr. Tyler, Mr. Hammer 



This was an amusing, delightful comedy, which had a certain amount of mystery 
to make it very interesting. From the arrival of the telegram to Abby's startling revela- 
tion, this charming play held us in suspense. Congratulations, seniors, for such a 
grand display of fine acting. 



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WEATHER 



Colder and Snow 



Abbot Alumnae News 



LAST MINUTE 
SOCIETY NEWS 



Established 1936 



JUNE 8, 1946 



Price: $5,000.00 



Fashionable Wedding 
Remains Close Secret 



The wedding of Miss Sylvia Wright 
next Wednesday is still veiled in mystery 
as the name of the lucky gentleman has 
not been revealed. The maid of honor will 
be Miss Carol Stillwell, famous tap- 
dancer, who will wear white tulle in 
contrast with the bride's gown of black 
satin. The bouquet will be caught by 
Miss Ruth Wittig, who is the Interpreter 
of Lingo, Jargon and Slang at the City 
Court House. The bride has received 
many expressions of good-will from Miss 
Jenks and Miss Comegys. 



CLUBWOMAN TALKS ON 
MODERN ART 

In an informal talk at the Radical Club 
yesterday, Miss Pauline Spear spoke in 
defense of the modern art which has re- 
turned to "the conservative trends of 
deBlock." Miss Spear is a well-known 
artist and decorator. 



WOMEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONHIPS 

Cable from Ireland — Miss Charlotte 
Dane won the world's Golf Champion- 
ship today with a score of 36 coming and 
going. 



FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT 

NAMED BY DEMOCRATS 



TENNIS DOUBLES AT 
WIMBLEDON 

The Woman's Doubles Cup was won 
today by the Misses Rockwell and O'- 
Brien, who defeated all other entries. The 
score was: 6-4, 7-10, 1 1-8, 10-13, 17-22. 



PARIS OPENING SUCCESSFUL 

A. Russell's and P. Mailey's Paris open- 
ing last night was a brilliant success. 
Their most outstanding design was a new 
evening dress of pale pink with bright 
stripesof orange. Among the distinguished 
guests were Miss Rosalie Rappoport, 
American ambassador to China, and 
Miss Mildred Eastlack who is spending 
the season on the Riviera and who has 
won the title of "Best-dressed Woman in 
the World." 



GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL MEETS 

Girl Scout officials met yesterday to 
decide who should present Golden 
Eaglets at the next open meeting. It was 
decided that Miss Frances Mahoney 
should present the Eaglets and Miss Clara 
Holland should pour tea. 



Famous Movie Star Quits Studio for Stage 



WILD HORSE UPSETS RODEO 
The annual Rodeo was upset by a wild 
horse today. Fortunately, Miss Elinor 
Robinson succeeded in reining him in 
before he climbed into the stadium. Miss 
Robinson also won the bareback event 
for 



women. 



Miss Francesca Rand, in private life 
Miss Barbara Reinhart, announced today 
that she will leave Hollywood on Satur- 
day, to devote her unusual talents to the 
New York stage. Her first appearance 
will be in the revival of the Greek drama, 
"Agamemnon." Miss Rand will play 
"Ophelia." 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



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Knitting Shop 

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Nominee Promises 
Excitement 



At the Democratic Convention held in 
Newburyport today, Miss Anne Dodge 
was chosen a candidate for the Presiden- 
tial election this fall. Miss Dodge will run 
on a wide plank. She expects to abolish 
close-ups of senators, and use close-ups of 
movie stars instead. She will probably 
appoint Miss Miriam Adams the first 
woman Postmaster General. 



CONCERT BY FAMED PIANIST 

Miss Mary Swan made her American 
debut here last night. She has already 
been recognized by Europe. The concert 
was extremely enjoyable, featuring "The 
Music Goes Round and Round." Miss 
Mary Trafton was the official page- 
turner. 

SPEEDER ARRESTED 

Miss Mary Dooley was arrested next 
January for driving three cars at once 
blind-folded. Trial on Thursday. 



NEW VOLUME 
The tenth volume of Miss Eleanor 
Wells' Tea for Two will be published to- 
morrow. Price. Ss-oo. 



AFRICAN EXPLORERS RETURN 
Mr. and Mrs. Patricia Leonard arrived 
on the S.S. Smith today from Cairo. They 
have spent ten years in the wilds of 
Africa shooting Ourebi. They are bring- 
ing several elephants for the Public Zoo 
in Marblehead. 



WINS BEAUTY CONTEST 

Miss Marion Mooney was chosen the 
winner of the Beauty Contest held in 
York Harbor yesterday. Miss Mooney 
wore a very stylish bathing suit of pink 
and sunset blue. 



Faculty Movie House 



Feature Picture 

Ceiling Zero 

Smiling Through 

I Dream Too Much . 

Rose-Marie .... 

One-Way Ticket 

In Person .... 

Broadway Melody of 1936 

The Littlest Rebel . 

Spring Tonic 

Lady of New York . 

A Night at the Opera 

Here's to Romance 

Grand Exit 

Way Down East 



Starring 

Miss Comegys 

Missjenks 

Miss R. Chickering 

Miss Friskin 

Miss Baynes 

Mrs. Grav 

Mr. Howe 

Miss Butterfield 

Mrs. Duncan 

Miss Hughes 

Miss Tingley 

Miss Humes 

Miss Stone 

Miss Snow 



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Junior Middle Class 

OFFICERS— FIRST HALF 

President Mary Toohey 

Vice-President Anne Flaherty 

OFFICERS— SECOND HALF 

President Calla Owen 

Vice-President Margaret Plunkett 



Marie Appleby 
Joan Brown 
Daphne Craig 
Jean Cross 
Eva Doblin 
Anne Flaherty 



Catherine Flaherty 
Patricia Hotghkiss 
Marian Lawson 
Barbara Lee 
Calla Owen 
Margaret Plunkett 
Madeleine Proctor 



Phyllis Saunders 
Mary Jane Smith 
Virginia Thayer 
Mary Toohey 
Evelyn Ward 
Carol Whittemore 



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Junior and Preparatory Class 



Barbara Bobst 

GlSELA BOLTEN 

Sarah Cole 
Susan Darling 
Nancy Dodge 
Elise Duncan 
Mary Elliott 
Nancy England 
Caroline Fisher 
Lucille Freeman 



Irene Ginsburg 
Diana Greene 
Marguerite Hall 
Kathryn Humphries 
Dorothea Karnheim 
Gloria King 
Barbara Leland 
Linda Loring 
Mary Lindley Murray 



Ann Pillsbury 
Priscilla Russ 
Doris Sawyer 
Jeanne Sawyer 
Charlotte Skinner 
Constance Smith 
Jeanne Waugh 
Elizabeth Weaver 
Muriel Wood 
Mary Woodman 



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Addresses 

and 

Advertisements 



As A doer Used 



At Home Before Distinguished Doors 
When Sterling Is Not Enough 
Your Guide to Safety 
Sleep Like a Kitten 

It's Toasted 

The Skin You Love to Touch 

Shipshape 

Good for Jangled Nerves 

Ok'd by the Keenest Eyes in America 

The Pause That Refreshes 

Mrs. Dooley's Nightmare 

The Fast Pace of Modern Living 

Watch Your Weight 

Thrift That Fits You to a T 

Your Hands Will Lead a Lovelier Life 

The Life of the Party 

As Smooth as the Swoop of a Gull 

Front Page News .... 

Knees W^in Out 



Annie Dodge 

Annie Russell 

Dooley 

Mooney 

. Polly 

Syl 

Trafty 

Tommy 

Hawee 

Sarge 

Dooley 

Mim 

Carry 

Trafty 

. Char'l 

Pat 

. Flawee 

Ellie 

Sarge — again 



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CLASSROOM SCENE, 1885 



Whispering was frowned upon fifty years ago too, 
but you can't really blame the young ladies . . . 
you see their graduation pictures had just arrived. 



D 



UPONT photographs have been a source of pride and 
pleasure to fair graduates-to-be for more than fifty years . . . 
not only at Commencement but throughout the years, as they 
recall the friends and activities of the last year at school. 



AIME DUPONT 



Photographers to the Class of 1936 



509 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 



ESTABLISHED IN 1884 



Qompliments of 

SENIOR-MIDS 




The Racquet Used Fifty Years Ago and Grip 
Recommended by a Tennis Authority 



The new permanent- surface tennis court was ready 
the first week in April . . . 

Abbot girls now can start the Spring season three 
weeks earlier, and play later in the Fall . . . 

This means more healthy, invigorating exercise, and 
better tennis . . . 

Congratulations to the Academy — and to its forward- 
looking trustees. 

F. A. N. 




A Game of Lawn Tennis Fifty Years Ago 

(From an engraving made about 1875) 



LOWE & CO.. Inc. 



Pharmacists 



To the Class of 1936 



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Watch Repairing Optical Service 



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Good Yearbooks Don't "Just Happen' 

X HEY may vary tremendously in size, design, and cost, 
but all successful yearbooks have one thing in common . . . 
they represent hours of careful planning and painstaking 
workmanship . 

The Abbot Circle is no exception. The staff 
has worked long and diligently in order to make it an 
interesting and accurate record of the school year. 

It has been our privilege to assist in the pub- 
lication of the book, working in close association with the 
members of the board. We wish to take this opportunity 
to thank them for their co-operation and to congratulate 
them on the results of their labors. 



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Dance Programmes 

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FACULTY 



Esther Comegys, M.A., Dean 

Fanny Bigelow Jenks, B.A., Registrar. 

Rev. A. Graham Baldwin 
Rebekah Munroe Chickering, B.A. 
Ogtavia Whiting Mathews, B.A. 
FIelen Dunford Robinson, B.A. 
Bertha Adaline Grimes, B.A. . 
Helen Dearborn Bean, B.A. 
Ruth Stephens Baker, M.A. 
Mme. Marie (de la Niepce) Craig 
Helen Tileston Chickering, B.A. 
Regina Maria Hughes, M.A. 
Alice Curtiss Sweeney, B.A. 
Evelyn Mann Rumney, M.A. . 

Mary Gay 

Mrs. Murray Campbell, B.A. 

Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray 

Catherine Stone, B.A. 

Walter Edward Howe, B.Mus. 

Kate Friskin .... 

Gertrude Tingley 

Mrs. Beatrice (Whitney) Van Ness 

Mary Carpenter 

Barbara Humes .... 

Jean Hope Baynes 

Louise Robinson 

Margaret Snow, B.A. 

Florence Butterfield 

Mrs. Hannah Duncan, R.N. 

Faith Lucena Meserve, M.D. . 

Jane Brodie Carpenter, M.A. . 

Mary Elizabeth Dix 



424 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Pa. 
Assistant to the Principal 

66 Summer St., North Brookfield 

Andover 

72 Central St., Andover 
Andover 
77 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Gloucester 
146 East Haverhill St., Lawrence 
255 Homer St., Newton Center 
28 Fremont St., Plymouth 
183 Dartmouth Terrace, Springfield 
72 Central St., Andover 
420 West 1 1 6th St., New York City 
175 Berkeley St., Lawrence 
35 Tennis Court, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
132 River way, Boston 
Prospect St., Topsfield 
7 Mayflower Terrace, Newton Highlands 
53 Elmore St., Newton Center 
14 School St., Andover 
300 West 108th St., New York City 
. 32 Milton Rd., Brookline 
91 Francis St., Brookline 
57 Wilkinson St., Putnam, Conn. 
Chestnut Hill, Greenfield 
Apt. 53, 39 Claremont Ave., New York City 

82 Ames St., Lawrence 

63 Masonic St., Rockland, Me. 

108 Boyd St., Newton 

Andover 

26 Central Ave., W'eston 

26 Morton St., Andover 

27 Myrtle Ave., Greenwood 



STUDENTS 



Miriam Adams 
Marie Winsor Appleby 
Margaret Barbara Bain 
Barbara Bobst 
Marjorie Ann Boesel 

GlSELA BOLTEN 



R.F.D. 3, Derry Village, N. H. 

409 First Ave., Asbury Park, N. J. 

139 Chestnut St., North Andover 

173 Lovell Rd., Watertown 

Archer Rd., Rye, N. Y. 

South Main St., Andover 



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Charlotte van Valkenburgh Boynton . i Heathcote Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Corinne Brooks (80 Boulevard Arago, Paris, France) . . Porter Rd., Andover 



Joan Brown .... 
Lenore Jean Buckley 
Patricia Burdine . 
Nancy Schofield Burns 
Sally Burns 
Harriott Cole 
Sarah Philbrick Cole 
Mildred de Grange Collens 
Daphne Craig 
Jean Cross .... 
Thelma Cutter . 
Charlotte Tillinghast Dane 
Barbara Daniels . 
Susan Lambert Darling 
Eva Leonore Doblin 
Anne-Laurence Dodge 
Nancy Dodge 
Mary Dooley 

Elizabeth Partridge Drake 
Elise Isabel Duncan . 
Mary Mildred Eastlack . 
Mary Remington Elliot 
Nancy Elizabeth England 
Carolyn Fisher . 
Phyllis Mary Fisher . 
Anne Elizabeth Flaherty 
Catherine Ellen Flaherty 
Catherine Forbush 
Lucille Freeman . 
Sally Gage .... 
Irene Natalie Ginsburg . 
Laura Diana Hope Greene 
Marguerite Hall 
Dorothy Elizabeth Hamilton 
Lucy Hawkes 
Ruth Amelia Hill 
Cynthia Holbrook 
Clara Macfarlane Holland 
Lois Holmes .... 
Jane Knox Hopkins 
Patricia Hotchkiss 
Kathryn Kip Humphreys 
Elizabeth Inman 



296 Commonwealth Ave., Boston 
680 Pleasant St., Worcester 
4230 North Bay Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. 
14 Wolcott Ave., Andover 
14 Wolcott Ave., Andover 
371 Johnson St., North Andover 
371 Johnson St., North Andover 
1 150 Fifth Ave., New York City 
. 716 Lake Ave., Wilmette, 111. 
Oconomowoc, Wis. 
764 Center St., Newton 
Serpentine Trail, Larchmont, N. Y. 
24 Maugus Ave., Wellesley Hills 
238 South Main St., Andover 
Windermere Park, Manchester 

Newbury 

'. . Wenham 

391 Prospect St., Lawrence 

12 Roanoke Rd., Wellesley 

1360 Park Lane, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

Parlin, N. J. 

Holt Rd., Andover 

1 Ledgerwood Rd., Winchester 

Lakeville, Conn. 

24 North Terrace, Maplewood, N. J. 

2512 West 17th St., Wilmington, Del. 

2512 West 17th St., Wilmington, Del. 

64 South St., Campello 

210 East Pearson St., Chicago, 111. 

100 Essex St., North Andover 

299 Harvard St., Cambridge 

"Greene trees," Kennebunk, Me. 

17 Orne Sq., Salem 

. Limestone, Me. 

South Main St., Andover 

4 Ayr Rd., Brookline 

31 Massachusetts Ave., Walpole 

112 Chestnut St., Andover 

652 Hough St., Barrington, 111. 

306 East Main St., Titusville, Pa. 

Granby, Conn. 

Holt Rd., Andover 

21 Germain St., Worcester 



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Elizabeth Joost . 
Dorothea Amelia Karnheim 
Barbara Hicks Kelley 
Gloria Constance King 
Eleanor Mary Lancaster 
Marian Elizabeth Lawson 
Barbara Lee 
Barbara Clark Leland 
Linda Loring 

Jeanne Beatrice MacCready 
Mary Frances Mahoney 
Priscilla Bruce Mailey 
Elizabeth Melcher 
Marion Stanton Mooney 
Mary Lindley Murray 
Grace Wallace Nichols 
Virginia Nourse . 
Helen Marie O'Brien 
Calla Marjorie Owen 
Jeannette Hall Partridge 
Geraldine Julia Peck 
Edith Hamilton Peden 
Mary Emily Pettengill 
Barbara Pierpoint 
Ann Watts Pillsbury 
Margaret Hutton Plunke 
Ruth Pond 
Madeleine Proctor 
Jean Rae 

Barbara Randolph 
Martha Elizabeth Ransom 
Rosalie Harriet Rappoport 
Barbara Reinhart 
Jane Wingate Rice 
Priscilla Manning Richards 
Louise Risley 
Anne Moring Robins 
Elinor Rogers Robinson 
Caroline Campbell Rockwell 
Ruth Hall Rose 
Priscilla Austin Russ 
Anne Naomi Russell . 
Marjorie Virginia Rutherford 
Elizabeth Sargent 
Phyllis Marshall Saunders 



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Southold, L. I., N. Y. 
156 Forest St., Medford 
150 Hawthorne St., New Bedford 
7 William St., Andover 
36 Vernon St., Auburn, Me. 
28 Temple St., Belmont 
1 17 East St., Methuen 
635 Andover St., Lowell 
46 Salem St., Andover 
109 School St., Taunton 
54 Elm St., North Andover 
63 Salem St., Andover 
Cottage St., Hingham 
1952 Elm St., Manchester, N. H. 
52 Salem St., Andover 
. 10 Nelson St., Auburn, N. Y. 
105 Larchmont Rd., Melrose 
1 1 Ridge Rd., Lawrence 
50 Mason Drive, New Britain, Conn. 
44 Belcher Ave., Brockton 
1 Highland Wayside, Andover 
14 East Fifth St., Corning, N. Y. 
Box 466, Madeira, O. 
6410 Wilkins Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
P. O. Box 336, Derry, N. H. 
21 Crofut St., Pittsfield 
St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H. 
78 Glen Ave., Newton Center 
333 Otis St., West Newton 
727 Columbian Ave., Oak Park, 111. 
Flemington, N. J. 
52-1 3th Ave., Paterson, N. J. 
1 18 Main St., Andover 
20 William St., Andover 
21 Madbury Rd., Durham, N. H. 
54 Montvale Rd., Newton Center 
13 College St., Canton, N. Y. 
Oxford, Me. 
658 Osgood St., North Andover 
213 Centennial Ave., Sewickley, Pa. 
. 130 Broadway, Haverhill 
500 Chester Ave., Moorestown, N. J. 
Hillside Hospital, Clark's Summit, Pa. 
35 Washington Sq., Salem 
2 Brookfield Ave., Nutley, N.J. 



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Anne Johnston Sawyer 

Doris Sawyer 

Jeanne Sawyer 

Sally Scates 

Lillian Jane Seiler 

Sarah Morse Sheldon 

Ellen Simpson 

Charlotte Norton Skinner 

Constance Smith 

Mary Jane Smith 

Patricia Coombs Smith 

Barbara Souther 

Pauline Chapman Spear 

Jane Rolston Stevenson 

Louise Bidwell Stevenson 

Carol Helen Stillwell 

Mary Lewis Swan 

Martha Sweeney 

Elizabeth Jane Swint 

Joan Todd 

Mary Elizabeth Toohey 

Mary Francis Trafton 

Grace Sophronia Vibberts 

Barbara Belden Waite 

Evelyn Taylor Ward 

Jeanne Waugh 

Elizabeth Clark Weaver 

Eleanor Dawson Wells (Box 259, 

Carol Larrabee Whittemore 
Marjorie Lewis Williams 
Mary Wilson .... 
Ruth Babette Wittig 
Muriel Wood .... 
Mary Woodman .... 
Sylvia Angeline Wright . 



Glendale, Hamilton Co., O. 

5 Morton St., Andover 

5 Morton St., Andover 

4 Boylston Terrace, West Medford 

459 Richmond Ave., Maplewood, N. J. 

169 Bishop St., New Haven, Conn. 

39 Salisbury St., Little Falls, N. Y. 

Lakeville, Conn. 

511 Hoffman St., Elmira, N. Y. 

69 Sewall St., Augusta, Me. 

Fort Sewall, Marblehead 

Beverly Farms 

156 Winchester St., Brookline 

646 Washington Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

South Glastonbury, Conn. 

71 Winsor Place, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

22 Thorndike St., Beverly 

64 Central St., Andover 

1 109 Hopeton Rd., Wilmington, Del. 

8 Garden Rd., Red Bank, N. J. 
43 Abbot St., Andover 

. 323 Minot Ave., Auburn, Me. 
Sunnyledge, New Britain, Conn. 
33 Pearl St., Bridgewater 
240 Hawthorne St., Maiden 
18 William St., Andover 
169 Chestnut St., North Andover 
Kingston, Jamaica, B. W. I.) 

Care E. S. Park, 8 Fairbanks St., Brookline 

48 Richwood St., West Roxbury 

343 Tillou Rd., South Orange, N. J. 

Fox Chapel Rd., Aspinwall, Pa. 

100 Hillside Ave., West Newton 

"Arden," Andover 

274 North Main St., Concord, N. H. 

9 Prospect St., Norwood, N. Y. 



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